The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in shutdowns in major cities worldwide. With many citizens encouraged to socially distance themselves and stay home, now is a better time to catch up or get acquainted with some dope web series content by Black creatives.

Here are four you can watch right now:

1. Sad-Ass Black Folk

Created by Joel Boyd and Neima Patterson, Sad-Ass Black Folk tackles the stigma of mental health and follows an aspiring therapist who guides a group of misfits in South LA.

2. Furious and Fat Cat.

Furious and the Fat Cat is an animated web series that follows the titular characters, who are best friends since childhood, as they reunite to live together in their childhood neighborhood of South Side of Chicago where it all started. The series was created by K.L. Reeves and the pilot episode was written by Pierre Sutton Jr.

3. Raw

In the YouTube web series Raw, cooking personality. Jake Smollett serves celebrities a three-course meal with a side of unfiltered conversations about topics such as sex, relationships, and gender roles in the kitchen. Filmed on location in Los Angeles, the web series features guests such as Lena Waithe, Essence Atkins, Estelle and Erica Ash.

4. Adultin’

Created by Kayra Clouden, Kayra Goulden, Malique Daniels and Paulette Marie, Adultin’ is an experimental anthology web series that highlights specific scenarios millennials may come across during their transition into full-fledged adulthood. Each episode is a combination of scripted and unscripted segments that chronicles things related to adulting, such as buying groceries, bills, laundry and sex.


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